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Murray Rankin said the pandemic and the complexities of the negotiations are behind the slow progress
Spring freshet impacting local road sites
Opposition last year by Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs set off Canada-wide rail blockades
AstraZeneca vaccination remains paused at work sites
Greater Victoria student worried about potential impact on Great Bear Rainforest, marine life
One new COVID case in section 1 of the pipeline identified; no lodge affected
The 670-km Coastal GasLink pipeline was approved by B.C. and 20 elected First Nations councils on its path
Coastal GasLink, Trans Mountain, Rio Tinto, Site C slowed for holidays
Coastal Gas Link’s November update indicates 528 additional workers
Indigenous land defenders cannot be criminalized and targeted, argues UBCIC
Environmental Assessment Office disputes Wet’suwet’en interpretation of legislation as Supreme Court hearing continues
The Office of the Wet’suwet’en is trying to stop Coastal GasLink’s certificate from being extended
Coastal GasLink in partnership with Nak’azdli Whut’en developed this bridge.
In a July 17 update, the pipeline company said workforce will continue growing as construction activities ‘ramp up’
District not providing information on total revenue being earned from renting land to TransCanada for CGL camp.
The 670-kilometre pipeline is planned to transport natural gas from northeast B.C. to Kitimat
Hereditary Chief Woos says he is feeling uneasy after RCMP attended the smokehouse with rifles
The pipeline company provided a project update on May 21.
Memorandum ‘start of negotiation,’ Coastal Gaslink still opposed
Officials didn’t give any specific month but said they are expecting the Vanderhoof Lodge to be ready for occupancy this summer.
The company completed Section 5 — from Vanderhoof to south of Burns Lake — in late March